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HP 339674-001 User Manual

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October 2003
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  • Page 1: Hp Kvm Server Console Switch, User Guide

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide October 2003 Part Number 339674-001...

  • Page 2: Important Safety Information

    The information in this document is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind and is subject to change without notice. The warranties for HP products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements accompanying such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Compatible Console Switch Models ....................27 Compaq Server Console Switch ..................... 28 HP IP Console Switch ......................29 Cascading an HP KVM Server Console Switch with another HP KVM Server Console Switch..29 Example of an HP KVM Server Console Switch Cascade Configuration......32...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Cascading a Compaq Server Console Switch with an HP KVM Server Console Switch....33 Example of a Compaq Server Console Switch Cascade Configuration........35 Cascading an HP KVM Server Console Switch with an HP IP Console Switch ....... 36 Example of an HP IP Console Switch Cascade Configuration..........39 Local Port Operation Local Port Operation Overview ......................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Table ........................80 Connection Length Table........................81 Technical Support HP Contact Information ........................83 Before You Contact HP ........................83 Regulatory Compliance Notices Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers................85 Federal Communications Commission Notice................... 86 FCC Rating Label........................86 Class A Equipment ......................... 86 Class B Equipment .........................

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Acronyms and Abbreviations Index...

  • Page 7: Installing The Hp Kvm Server Console Switch, Overview, Installation Checklist, Kit Contents

    Adding Server Names......................19 Overview The HP KVM Server Console Switch ships with rack mounting brackets for easy integration into your rack. Before installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch and other components in the rack cabinet (if not already installed), stabilize the rack in a permanent location.

  • Page 8: Required Items Not Included, Optional Items, Required Tools

    Rack Mounting the HP KVM Server Console Switch NOTE: Before installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch into the rack, connect the HP KVM Server Console Switch to a power source, using the power cords provided, and power on the unit. An activity indicator light ("Components"...

  • Page 9: Performing A Side-mount Type A Installation

    Installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch • Cantilever-mount − Type A—Round-hole rails − Type B—Square-hole rails Performing a Side-Mount Type A Installation 1. Remove the four screws, two on each side, from the console switch. 2. Attach the side-mounting brackets to the console switch using the four...

  • Page 10: Performing A Side-mount Type B Installation

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 3. Slide the side-mounting bracket tabs into the U locations on each side of the rack. 4. Secure the console switch to the rails using four self-tapping screws, two on each side. Performing a Side-Mount Type B Installation...

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    Installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch 2. Attach the side-mounting brackets to the console switch using the four screws you removed. 3. Slide the side-mounting bracket tabs into the U locations on each side of the rack.

  • Page 12: Performing A Standard-mount Installation

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 4. Install four cage nuts into the side-mounting bracket U locations. 5. Secure the console switch to the rails, using four M-6 screws, two on each side. Performing a Standard-Mount Installation 1. Remove the four screws, two on each side, from the console switch.

  • Page 13: Performing A Cantilever-mount Type A Installation

    Installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch 3. Install a cage nut behind each rear rail if they have not already been installed. 4. Slide the console switch into the rear of the 1U product. 5. Secure the console switch to the rails using two M-6 screws, one on each side.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 2. Attach the 1U brackets to the console switch using the four screws you removed. 3. Install up to six clip nuts.

  • Page 15: Performing A Cantilever-mount Type B Installation

    Installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch 4. Secure the console switch to the rails, using the appropriate number of T-25 Torx screws. Performing a Cantilever-Mount Type B Installation 1. Remove the four screws, two on each side, from the console switch.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 3. Install up to six cage nuts. 4. Secure the console switch to the rails using the appropriate number of M-6 screws.

  • Page 17: Components, Configuring The Kvm Server Console Switch System

    Installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch Components Item Description Power connector Power switch Activity indicator light Serial download connector Keyboard connector Monitor connector Mouse connector RJ-45 Interface port (designated by the letter A) Server connection ports Configuring the KVM Server Console Switch System 1.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 3. Power on the HP KVM Server Console Switch. The activity indicator light ("Components" on page 17) powers on. 4. Power on the monitor. 5. Power up the server. The following figure shows one possible configuration for your HP KVM Server Console Switch system.

  • Page 19: Adding Server Names

    Installing the HP KVM Server Console Switch Adding Server Names You can configure the HP KVM Server Console Switch system through the OSD. When tiered with the IP Console Switch, HP recommends adding server names to the OSD at the local analog station before adding or discovering console switches through the IP Console Viewer.

  • Page 21: Installing The Interface Adapter, Overview, Configuring The Interface Adapter

    An Interface Adapter is required for the HP KVM Server Console Switch system to function properly. However, it is not included in the HP KVM Server Console Switch kit. An Interface Adapter connects UTP CAT5 cables to PS/2 or USB connections, establishing a KVM session to a server.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Item Description Server HP KVM Server Console Switch USB Interface Adapter PS/2 Interface Adapter...

  • Page 23: Installing The Expansion Module, Overview, Installation Checklist, Kit Contents, Installing The Expansion Module Hardware

    Configuring the Expansion Module ..................26 Overview An optional Expansion Module can be added to the HP KVM Server Console Switch system, increasing the total number of accessible servers. The Expansion Module ships with rack-mounting hardware for easy integration into your rack.

  • Page 24: Performing A Side-mount Installation

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide • Rail-mount • Velcro-mount Performing a Side-Mount Installation 1. Slide the tabs on the side-mounting brackets into the rack frame. 2. Secure the Expansion Module to the rack frame, using one self-tapping screw...

  • Page 25: Performing A Rail-mount Installation

    Installing the Expansion Module Performing a Rail-Mount Installation 1. Remove the screws securing the side-mounting brackets to the Expansion Module. 2. Insert two cage nuts into the rack frame where the side-mounting bracket holes are located and secure the Expansion Module to the rack frame, using two M-6 screws.

  • Page 26: Performing A Velcro-mount Installation, Configuring The Expansion Module

    2. Locate up to nine UTP CAT5 cables. 3. Connect a UTP CAT5 cable to the server connection port ("Components" on page 17) on the HP KVM Server Console Switch. 4. Connect the other end of that same UTP CAT5 cable to the IN port on the Expansion Module.

  • Page 27: Cascading Console Switches, Compatible Console Switch Models

    Cascading an HP KVM Server Console Switch with another HP KVM Server Console Switch ..............................29 Cascading a Compaq Server Console Switch with an HP KVM Server Console Switch ..33 Cascading an HP KVM Server Console Switch with an HP IP Console Switch ....36...

  • Page 28: Compaq Server Console Switch

    Compaq Server Console Switch is cascaded below the HP KVM Server Console Switch. Undesirable operations might occur if these specific cascading sequences are not followed. The following Compaq Server Console Switches can be integrated into the HP KVM Server Console Switch system. Compatible Compaq Server Console Switch models include: •...

  • Page 29: Hp Ip Console Switch

    HP KVM Server Console Switch is cascaded below the HP IP Console Switch. Undesirable operations might occur if these specific cascading sequences are not followed. The following HP IP Console Switches can be integrated into the HP KVM Server Console Switch system. Compatible HP IP Console Switch models include: •...

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 5. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for any other servers to be added to this system. 6. Connect the local port KVM cable to the cascaded HP KVM Server Console Switch. 7. Power on the cascaded HP KVM Server Console Switch.

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    Cascading Console Switches CAUTION: Do not use Interface Adapters to cascade HP KVM Server Console Switches with HP KVM Server Console Switches. If Interface Adapters are used to cascade these products, undesirable operations might occur.

  • Page 32: Example Of An Hp Kvm Server Console Switch Cascade Configuration

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Example of an HP KVM Server Console Switch Cascade Configuration...

  • Page 33: Cascading A Compaq Server Console Switch With An Hp Kvm Server Console Switch

    HP KVM Server Console Switch 1. Mount the console switches in the rack. 2. Connect the local port KVM cable to the HP KVM Server Console Switch. 3. Connect a UTP CAT5 cable to the server connection port ("Components" on page 17) on the HP KVM Server Console Switch.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 11. Power up the server. The following figure shows a Compaq Server Console Switch cascaded to an HP KVM Server Console Switch. The top console switch is the main console switch, while the bottom console switch is the cascaded console switch.

  • Page 35: Example Of A Compaq Server Console Switch Cascade Configuration

    Cascading Console Switches Example of a Compaq Server Console Switch Cascade Configuration...

  • Page 36: Cascading An Hp Kvm Server Console Switch With An Hp Ip Console Switch

    4. Connect the Interface Adapter to the appropriate ports on the server. 5. Repeat steps 1 through 3 for any other servers to be added to this system. 6. Connect the local port KVM cable to the cascaded HP KVM Server Console Switch.

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    18. Power on the console switches. 19. Power on the monitor. 20. Update the main HP IP Console Switch firmware (refer to the HP IP Console Switch documentation). 21. Update all Interface Adapter firmware ("Updating the Firmware" on page 75).

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide CAUTION: Do not use Interface Adapters to cascade HP IP Console Switches with HP KVM Server Console Switches. If Interface Adapters are used to cascade these products, undesirable operations might occur.

  • Page 39: Example Of An Hp Ip Console Switch Cascade Configuration

    Cascading Console Switches Example of an HP IP Console Switch Cascade Configuration Item Description Server PS/2 Interface Adapter or USB Interface Adapter* UTP CAT5 cable UTP CAT5 cable KVM cable Main HP IP Console Switch Local port Cascaded HP KVM Server Console Switch...

  • Page 41: Local Port Operation, Local Port Operation Overview, Accessing The Main Dialog Box

    Displaying Version Information ..................... 72 Local Port Operation Overview The HP KVM Server Console Switch system has at least one local port (based on the specific model) on the rear panel ("Components" on page 17) that enables the user to connect a keyboard, monitor, and mouse to the HP KVM Server Console Switch for direct access.

  • Page 42: Viewing And Selecting Ports And Servers

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide NOTE: You can also press the Ctrl key twice within one second to launch the OSD. You can use this key sequence in any place you see Print Scrn. Viewing and Selecting Ports and Servers You can view servers by name, port, or by the unique EID embedded in each Interface Adapter.

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    Local Port Operation The Port column indicates the port to which a server is connected. For example, in the following screen shot, the first number represents the port number of the first console switch and the second number represents the port number of the cascaded console switch port to which the server is connected.

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    Viewing the Server Status Column The status of the servers in the HP KVM Server Console Switch system are indicated by the icons in the right column of the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41).

  • Page 45: Selecting Servers

    Local Port Operation Item Description The Interface Adapter is connected directly, cascaded through an HP KVM Server Console Switch or an Expansion Module, or powered on. The Interface Adapter is not connected or the server is powered off. The Interface Adapter is cascaded to a Compaq Server Console Switch and the server is not connected or is powered off.

  • Page 46: Soft Switching, Configuring Servers For Soft Switching

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide If the display order of the server list is by Name or EID number (the Name or EID button is clicked), enter the first few letters of the name of the server or the EID number to establish it as unique, and then press the Enter key.

  • Page 47: Soft Switching To A Server, Soft Switching To A Previous Server

    Local Port Operation 3. Click OK to save settings. Soft Switching to a Server To select a server, press the Print Scrn key. If the display order of your server list is by Port (the Port button is clicked), enter the port number and press the Enter key.

  • Page 48: Using Basic Osd Navigation Keys

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Using Basic OSD Navigation Keys Keystroke Description Print Scrn Opens the OSD Main dialog box. Press the Print Scrn key twice to send the Print Scrn keystroke to the currently selected device. Opens the Help screen for the current dialog box.

  • Page 49: Configuring The Setup Dialog Box, Accessing The Setup Dialog Box

    Disables the user. (Use the Shift key to change case.) Configuring the Setup Dialog Box You can configure the HP KVM Server Console Switch and manage routine tasks for your servers from the Setup dialog box ("Accessing the Setup Dialog Box"...

  • Page 50: Managing Routine Tasks For Servers, Assigning Server Names, Accessing The Names Dialog Box

    Interface Adapter ("Installing the Interface Adapter" on page 21). If you move the Interface Adapter or server to another switch port, the HP KVM Server Console Switch recognizes the names and configurations.

  • Page 51: Assigning Device Types, Accessing The Devices Dialog Box

    No mouse or keyboard input is accepted until the list update is complete. Assigning Device Types While the HP KVM Server Console Switch automatically discovers cascaded Compaq Server Console Switches attached to your unit, you must specify the number of ports on the cascade Compaq Server Console Switch through the Devices dialog box ("Accessing the Devices Dialog Box"...

  • Page 52: Modifying Device Types

    HP KVM Server Console Switch. For example, if the HP KVM Server Console Switch is connected to port 02, the switch port is listed as 02, and each server under it is numbered sequentially 02- 01, 02-02, and so on.

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    Local Port Operation 2. Click Modify. The Device Modify dialog box is displayed. 3. Select the number of ports supported by the cascaded Compaq Server Console Switch. 4. Click OK. 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 for each port the user wants to assign a device type. 6.

  • Page 54: Assigning Names To Servers

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Assigning Names to Servers 1. From the Names dialog box ("Accessing the Names Dialog Box" on page 50), select the name or port number and click Modify. The Name Modify dialog box is displayed.

  • Page 55: Changing The Display Behavior, Accessing The Menu Dialog Box, Selecting The Display Order Of Servers

    From the Menu dialog box ("Accessing the Menu Dialog Box" on page 55), the display order of servers, HP KVM Server Console Switch connection mode, and a time to delay display of the OSD after pressing the Print Scrn key can be changed.

  • Page 56: Setting A Screen Delay Time, Controlling The Status Flag

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Select Port to display servers numerically by port number. 2. Click OK to save settings. -or- Click X to exit, or press the Esc key to exit without saving settings. Setting a Screen Delay Time Setting a time to delay the display of the OSD enables you to complete a soft switch ("Soft Switching"...

  • Page 57: Accessing The Flag Dialog Box, Displaying The Status Flag

    Local Port Operation Flag Description Flag indicating that the broadcast is activated Control used to set flag position Accessing the Flag Dialog Box From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41), click Setup>Flag. The Flag dialog box is displayed. Displaying the Status Flag 1.

  • Page 58: Broadcasting To Servers, Broadcasting Keystrokes

    The keyboard statistics must be identical for all servers receiving a broadcast to interpret keystrokes identically. Specifically, the Caps Lock and Num Lock modes must be the same on all keyboards. While the HP KVM Server Console Switch attempts to send keystrokes to the selected servers simultaneously, some...

  • Page 59: Broadcasting Mouse Movements, Accessing The Broadcast Dialog Box, Broadcasting Selected Servers

    Local Port Operation Broadcasting Mouse Movements For the mouse to work accurately, all systems must have identical mouse drivers, desktops (such as identically placed icons), and video resolutions. In addition, the mouse must be in exactly the same place on all screens. Because these conditions are extremely difficult to achieve, broadcasting mouse movements to multiple systems can have unpredictable results.

  • Page 60: Activating The Broadcast Dialog Box, Setting Up A Scan Pattern, Accessing The Scan Dialog Box

    Console Switch automatically scans port to port (server to server).You can select up to 16 servers from a list of all servers attached to the HP KVM Server Console Switch. You can display the list by either server name or EID number by clicking the appropriate button.

  • Page 61: Adding Servers To The Scan List

    Local Port Operation Adding Servers to the Scan List 1. From the Scan dialog box ("Activating Scan Mode" on page 62), select the checkbox beside each server to be added to the scan list. -or- Double-click a server name or port. -or- Press the Alt key plus the number of the server you want to scan.

  • Page 62: Removing Servers From The Scan List, Activating Scan Mode, Deactivating Scan Mode

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide IMPORTANT: Selecting the checkbox beside each server to be added to the scan list creates the scan list. The creation of a scan list does not start the Scan mode. You must enable Scan mode through the Scan Enable checkbox on the Commands dialog box.

  • Page 63: Setting Local Console Switch Security

    The OSD enables you to set security on the local port consoles. You can establish a Screen Saver mode ("Activating Screen Saver Mode without Password Protection" on page 66) that engages after the HP KVM Server Console Switch remains unused for a user-definable time delay. When engaged, the HP KVM Server Console Switch remains locked until any key is pressed or the mouse is moved.

  • Page 64: Accessing The Security Dialog Box, Changing The Password, Setting Password Protection

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Accessing the Security Dialog Box From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41), click Setup>Security. The Security dialog box is displayed. Changing the Password 1. From the Security dialog box ("Accessing the Security Dialog Box" on page 64), single-click in the New field and press the Enter key if the OSD is not open, or double-click the New field.

  • Page 65: Logging On To The Kvm Server Console Switch, Removing The Password Protection

    Local Port Operation 2. Select Enable Screen Saver. 3. Enter the number of minutes for Time Delay (from 1 to 99) to delay activation of password protection and the screen saver feature. 4. For Mode, select Energy if your monitor is Energy Star® compliant. Otherwise, select Screen.

  • Page 66: Exiting Screen Saver Mode, Activating Screen Saver Mode Without Password Protection, Deactivating The Screen Saver

    ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41) is displayed. Activating Screen Saver Mode without Password Protection 1. If your HP KVM Server Console Switch does not require a password to gain access to the Security dialog box ("Accessing the Security Dialog Box" on page 64), proceed to step 2.

  • Page 67: Changing The Switch Mode, Accessing The Switch Dialog Box

    Local Port Operation To immediately activate the screen saver, press the Print Scrn key, and then press the Pause key. This command only works when the user is connected to a server. Changing the Switch Mode You can connect to attached servers using two methods: •...

  • Page 68: Managing Server Tasks Using The Osd, Accessing The Commands Dialog Box

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Managing Server Tasks Using the OSD You can manage the HP KVM Server Console Switch system from the Commands dialog box ("Accessing the Commands Dialog Box" on page 68) with the OSD, including engaging Scan mode ("Activating Scan Mode" on page 62) and Broadcast mode ("Activating the Broadcast Dialog Box"...

  • Page 69: Running System Diagnostics

    Local Port Operation Running System Diagnostics Clicking Run Diagnostics ("Activating Run Diagnostics" on page 71) runs a command to check the main board functions subsystems (memory, intra-board communications, HP KVM Server Console Switch control, and the video channels) for each system controller.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Test Description Reports the condition of the main board RAM. This indicator displays the results Memory Test of the memory tests performed at system reboot. Firmware CRCs Validates the current firmware images stored in the system FLASH by comparing a CRC value on each image and comparing those results to the expected values.

  • Page 71: Activating Run Diagnostics

    Local Port Operation Activating Run Diagnostics 1. From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41), click Commands>Run Diagnostics. A warning message is displayed indicating that all users will be disconnected. 2. Click OK to begin. All users are disconnected, and the Diagnostics dialog box is displayed.

  • Page 72: Displaying Version Information

    Display. The Suspect Interface Adapter dialog box is displayed. Displaying Version Information The Version dialog box ("Accessing the Version Dialog Box" on page 73) enables you to view the HP KVM Server Console Switch versions, as well as keyboard and mouse information for the currently selected server.

  • Page 73: Accessing The Version Dialog Box

    HP customer service centers. 1. From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41), click Commands>Version. The Version dialog box is displayed. The top half of the box lists the subsystem versions in the HP KVM Server Console Switch.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide 2. Click IA to access the IA Selection dialog box to view individual Interface Adapter cable version information. The IA Selection dialog box is displayed. 3. To view the selected Interface Adapter cable, click Version. The IA Version dialog box is displayed.

  • Page 75: Updating The Firmware, Updating The Console Switch Firmware

    1. Connect the serial download cable to the serial download connector on the PC (must be running Windows®) and to the serial download connector ("Components" on page 17) on the rear panel of the HP KVM Server Console Switch. 2. Go to the folder where the firmware files are saved and run the WUpDateHP.exe file.

  • Page 76: Updating The Interface Adapter Firmware Simultaneously, Updating The Interface Adapter Firmware Individually

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Updating the Interface Adapter Firmware Simultaneously 1. From the Main dialog box ("Accessing the Main Dialog Box" on page 41), click Commands>IA Status. The IA Status dialog box is displayed. 2. Select PS/2 or USB, then click Upgrade. The IA Upgrade dialog box is displayed.

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    Updating the Firmware 2. Click IA. The IA Selection dialog box is displayed. 3. Select the individual Interface Adapter, and click Version. The IA Version dialog box is displayed. 4. Click Load Firmware.

  • Page 79: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting In This Section Troubleshooting Table......................80 Connection Length Table ....................... 81...

  • Page 80: Troubleshooting Table

    The activity indicator light ("Components" on • Be sure that the HP KVM Server Console Switch is page 17) does not display when the HP KVM powered on and that the power source is valid. Server Console Switch is powered on.

  • Page 81: Connection Length Table

    Table (on page 81). Connection Length Table The HP KVM Server Console Switch offers optimum video performance when the distance between the server and console switch is 50 feet or less (1280 x 1024 at 75 Hz). The system is capable of operation at distances up to 100 feet at reduced video resolutions (800 x 640 at 60 Hz, worst case).

  • Page 83: Technical Support, Hp Contact Information, Before You Contact Hp

    For HP technical support: • In North America, call the HP Technical Support Phone Center at 1-800-652- 6672. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For continuous quality improvement, calls may be recorded or monitored.

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide • Third-party hardware or software • Operating system type and revision level...

  • Page 85: Regulatory Compliance Notices, Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers

    Regulatory Compliance Notices In This Section Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers ..............85 Federal Communications Commission Notice ............... 86 Declaration of Conformity for Products Marked with the FCC Logo, United States Only ... 87 Modifications.......................... 88 Cables ............................. 88 Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien) ..................88 European Union Notice ......................89 Japanese Notice ........................

  • Page 86: Federal Communications Commission Notice, Fcc Rating Label, Class A Equipment

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide Federal Communications Commission Notice Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and Regulations has established Radio Frequency (RF) emission limits to provide an interference-free radio frequency spectrum. Many electronic devices, including computers, generate RF energy incidental to their intended function and are, therefore, covered by these rules.

  • Page 87: Class B Equipment

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Class B Equipment This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 88: Modifications, Cables, Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide • Hewlett-Packard Company P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101 Houston, Texas 77269-2000 • 1-281-514-3333 To identify this product, refer to the part, series, or model number found on the product. Modifications The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard Company may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 89: European Union Notice, Japanese Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices European Union Notice Products bearing the CE marking comply with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community and, if this product has telecommunication functionality, the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC). Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms (in parentheses are the equivalent international standards and regulations): •...

  • Page 90: Bsmi Notice, Korean Notices

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide BSMI Notice Korean Notices Class A Equipment Class B Equipment...

  • Page 91: Acronyms And Abbreviations

    Acronyms and Abbreviations cyclic redundant checks electronic identification number Interface Adapter keyboard, video, and mouse on-screen display universal serial bus unshielded twisted pair voltage direct-current...

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    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide video graphics array...

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    75 Broadcast dialog box 58, 59, 60 Flag dialog box 56, 57 broadcasting to servers 58 BSMI notice 90 HP IP Console Switch 29, 36, 39 cables 88 Canadian Notice 88 cantilever 13, 15 identification number, server 85...

  • Page 94: Table Of Contents

    HP KVM Server Console Switch User Guide installing the Interface Adapter 21 rack mounting hardware 7 installing the KVM Server Console Switch 7 regulatory compliance notices 85 Interface Adapter 21, 76 removing password protection 65 Interface Adapter configuration 21 removing servers from the Scan list 62...

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    Index using basic OSD navigation keys 48 velcro-mount 26 Version dialog box 72, 73 viewing and selecting ports and servers 42...

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